Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Air Canada and thier spending habbit

Air Canada recently finished a "Extreme Makeover" on thier A3221-200 fleet. The makeover (also known as Project XM) comes at a cost of $200,000,000Air

Canada plans to upgrade all its fleet by 2012 including thier new 787 dreamliners.

In case you are going to fly with Air Canada Here are the Projet XM finished airplanes:




B767-300ER(three of which are being retired)

Air Canada's A330-300 fleet should be finished by the end of 2009. Air Canada's EMB 175, EMB 190, 777-200LR, 777-300ER fleets have been factory fitted. Thier 787's also have been fitted but will not enter service until 2012 and will be the last fleet to go threw the make over.

This upgrade includes:

-In Executive First, new horizontal fully-flat Executive First Suites in a 'herringbone pattern' (on B767's, B777's and A330's).

-New cabins in all classes on all aircraft.-Personal AVOD (8.9 in/230 mm touch-screen LCD) in Economy class (domestic and international) and Executive Class (domestic) providing over 200 hours of video and audio entertainment.

-Larger AVOD (12 in/300 mm touch-screen LCD) equipped with noise-canceling Sennheiser headphones available in Executive First Suites.

-Interactive games at all seats.

-Three-prong 120 V AC plugs for laptops in both classes.

-USB ports to recharge electronic devices.

-USB ports for game controllers

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